Date of Stay: August, 2011
Yogi Bear comes out twice a day-for about 5 minutes. My child never got to see him..even though we tried. She was in tears. We were on the wagon ride, and the bear came out, and left before the wagon ride was over. I heard another camper say that in other Yogi parks, the bear rides on the wagon ride with the campers. But ours was evidently always in a rush to get back inside. It was very disappointing. Pool was always overcrowded, they may need to consider getting an outdoor pool as well, because it was always too full to even enjoy. Lots are quite small. Campfires are only allowed on-site in portable above ground firepits-bring your own. Activities were also too few and far between. They need to schedule more things to do.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
There are 3 pools and 2 hot tubs in this park, and we enjoyed all of them. The pool in the health club facility was lovely...but a few degrees too cold. We ended up spending more time at the Best Western pool because it was slightly warmer. There was a small playground/swingset, but we didn't use it very much because there wasn't much to it. Bowling prices were horrendous...for a family of five to bowl two games would have cost us $50. The movie theater, however, was very reasonably priced and showing current films. The condition of the theater is a bit run down, but it was nice to have the option to go there. There was plenty to do here between bowling, video games, mini golf, movies, and swimming. But everything except the pool cost extra-so keep that in mind. The facilities were pretty well-kept, and we would stay here again.